The search for the wreckage of Air France Airbus A330-200, which crashed June 1, 2009 en route to Paris CDG from Rio de Janeiro killing all 228 people, resumed Monday (ATW Daily News, Jan. 25). The fourth phase of the sea search operations, which is being co-funded by AF and Airbus, will last through July and includes an exploration of over a 10,000 sq. km. area in the Atlantic Ocean with a deep-sea robot equipped with upgraded equipment. Searchers hope to locate the aircraft’s ...

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